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Carroll Lutheran Village Announces New Executive Director: Peter Bolt


Carroll Lutheran Village (CLV) recently welcomed Peter Bolt as its new executive director. Bolt provides leadership oversight of day-to-day operations; including following federal, state and local laws, regulations and standards governing long-term care facilities; and ensuring residents living in the life-plan community receive excellent care and outstanding customer service.

Bolts’ strong background in senior living also includes a bachelor’s degree in health care management and a master’s degree in economics. He is a licensed nursing home administrator with over 25 years of senior living experience. He has extensive experience in operations management, multi-facility operations and quality improvement in both for-profit and non-profit senior care organizations.  His positions and accomplishments include:  

  • Improving occupancy, financial performance and resident/family relations while serving as a licensed nursing home administrator 
  • Leading a 270-unit continuing care retirement community as an executive director and a 720-unit CCRC, which included independent and assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing, as an associate executive director 
  • Providing leadership and oversight for ten skilled nursing centers and one assisted living facility as a vice president of operations 
  • Administering and supporting the care and services of over 3,000 independent and assisted living and skilled nursing residents as senior vice president of operations  
  • Designing and implementing formal customer services training programs that increased customer service scores  

“It’s an honor to serve as the executive director of Carroll Lutheran Village – it’s a great organization. I look forward to working with team members as we continue to provide excellent service and programs to our residents,” stated Bolt. 

Carroll Lutheran Village, a community of Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland, is an accredited, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Westminster, Md. serving nearly 700 residents in 397 homes and apartments, 50 assisted living suites and 103 skilled care beds.  For more information about the CLV, call 410-848-0090 or visit https://clvillage.org.   



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